Mohammad Nabi is a professional cricket player who has been playing as an all-rounder in the Afghanistan cricket team. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm spin bowler. Here you will know Mohammad Nabi’s Net Worth, salary, age, height, wife, and recent news.
He played his debut first-class game against a Zimbabwe XI in the 2009–10 ICC Intercontinental Cup. His first ODI debut came on 19 April 2009 against Scotland. He played his first T20 International against Ireland in 2010. Nabi played for Sylhet Royals, Rangpur Riders, Quetta Gladiators, Chittagong Vikings, Sunrisers Hyderabad in domestic cricket.
He scored 102 in his debut first-class match in the Intercontinental Cup. NAbi showed his class in BPL, where he took 16 wickets playing 13 matches. He was the captain of the Afghanistan team, which became runners-up in the 2010 Asia Cup tournament.
Mohammad Nabi’s personal details
|Full Name||Mohammad Nabi Essa Khel|
|Nickname||The President, Mr. President|
|Born||3 March 1985|
|Net Worth||$40 Million|
|Father name||KN Lokesh (Dean)|
|Mother name||Rajeshwari (Professor)|
|Salary||5 Crores + INR|
Mohammad Nabi was born on 3 March 1985. So, he is 36 years of age.
Mohammad Nabi’s Net Worth And Salary:
Mohammad Nabi has a net worth of $40 Million USD. Most of his earnings come from International and domestic cricket. His yearly salary is 5 crore+ INR. A large number of his earnings come from IPL, as he is a famous face in the league. He has earned a total of ₹ 33,000,000 from IPL. His IPL salary in 2020 was ₹ 10,000,000.
He also gets a handsome amount of money from many local and international brands. You can often see him on many TVCs promoting different brands.
Mohammad Nabi is married. He has one daughter and a son in his family.
Mohammad Nabi is called Mr. President by his teammates and fans. His name was given by Kevin Pietersen. During Pakistan Super League, Pietersen gave him this name.
Recent News About Mohammad Nabi
Mohammad Nabi was the CAptain of the Afghanistan Cricket Team during the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup. Nabi was determined to bring smiles to the fans of his country, as the country suffered from many domestic political problems. The government once decided to stop the funding of the team for the World Cup. Nabi said that he would fund the team with his own money to play for the world cup. He is the second-ranked ICC ODI allrounder and the first ranked ICC T20 allrounder.